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Calendar September 30, 2015 09/30/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Kiwi Crate September 2015 Review + Free Full Box Coupon

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Kiwi Crate September 2015 Review + Free Full Box Coupon

Kiwi Crate September 2015 Review + Free Full Box Coupon

Kiwi Crate is a fun activity and craft subscription box for kids 4-8.  Crates are $19.95/month and filled with Explore magazine, along with two featured crafts.  Read to the end of this review to find out how to get a free full-sized box.  You can add-on a sibling pack or upgrade and get a featured book each month with your box.  Kiwi Crate is our family’s first subscription box and it’s one of my favorite subscription boxes for kids.

The Details:

Cost: Month to Month $19.95

3 Months: $59.85

6 Months: $111.00

12 Months: $203.40

Sibling Add On: Get extra materials for a sibling to share the crate. Customers call it the “no fight” crate. (available for $9.95/month with a monthly subscription, $28 extra for a 3-month, $56 extra for a 6-month, and $112 extra for a 12-month subscription). Only one sibling add-on can be added per subscription

Coupon Click HERE and use the code SHARE10 to save $10.00 on your first month

What’s in the box? Every month you’ll receive all the materials and inspiration for projects related to a theme such as music, gardening, dinosaurs or colors. Projects may include arts and crafts, science activities, imaginative play and more. We’ve hand selected and kid tested projects that are open-ended and encourage curiosity, exploration and creativity!

What ages is Kiwi Crate for?  Ages 3-8 but older children can enjoy it too.

Can I skip? Yes – if you do not want to receive a crate for a period of time, you can pause your subscription for 1, 2 or 3 months. To pause, log into My Account page, click “Manage Subscription” next to the subscription that you’d like to pause and then click Pause. You will not be charged while your subscription is paused. Your subscription will automatically resume after the pause period is complete. Pause by 7:00 PM EST on the 4th of the month to avoid being billed for the next crate.

How do I cancel? You can cancel or skip from your account.

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Kiwi Crate ships in a green box that looks like a crate.

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The theme for this month is “Woodland Creatures”.  The two features crafts are My Forest Friends and My Marble Run.

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The box was packed with supplies.

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Every box come with Explore! Magazine, which is filled with cartoons, games, recipes and crafts.  This month, the book has crafts to make your own burrow, and binoculars.

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There was a recipe to make your own wild animal trail mix.

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There was a cute information spread on what a beaver’s lodge looks like.

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In the back of the book, there are little animal masks to make.

My Marble Run

My Marble Run This project was low on the messiness scale and medium on the parental involvement.  Your child will make a marble run, just like a beaver dam.

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When you open the booklet, there is an example of the finished project on the left and a supply list on the right.

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The directions were pretty easy for my 6 year old to follow, even without reading them.

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This is a list of everything needed for the project.

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The project was fairly easy, although there were some challenging parts.  I didn’t get pictures of all the steps, as I was helping T with his Koala Crate, while helping L with his.  You apply gray velcro to the rocks, then form the logs.  The logs were a bit tricky to put together, which made L a bit frustrated.

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This is the finished project.  There were three wooden marbles in the kit.  This project is really neat, because you can move the logs around to create a different pattern.

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Here is another look at the completed project, this is super cute.

My Forest Friends

My Forest Friends was the second project in the box.  This ranked low on the messiness scale and low on the parental involvement.  Your child will make little zipper pulls.

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Again, the finished project is on the left, and the supply list is on the right.

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This project was really easy, you just apply the stickers and stuffing.

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These are the finished critters.  I helped with the owl, but L did the rest on his own.

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Final Thought: This was a really cute box.  L loves animals, so he had fun with this box.  The marble run is his favorite project, and both boys have been playing with it.  The zipper pulls will end up on L’s backpack, and suitcases.  If you want to try Kiwi Crate, you can get your first box Free, just use this link to try Koala Crate, Kiwi Crate, Tinker Crate and Doodle Crate, just pay $4.95 shipping. You will get a FULL box, not a sample trial. You will be automatically enrolled in a monthly subscription at a price of $19.95 (shipping included) and can cancel at any time. The 1st month is free except for $4.95 shipping. One free trial per brand per household.

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